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 Welcome to Trinity CEVAP School. Choosing a school is a huge milestone in the lives of any parent and child, and we hope that having looked around our website, you will be encouraged to take the next step and come to see us in person.


As a Church School, our strong Christian values underpin the excellent provision which we provide; as an inclusive school, we are open to our entire community, believing that from a Christian viewpoint, we can teach all of our children to respect, accept and understand the beliefs and traditions of others, therefore successfully equipping all of our pupils to live in a multicultural society.


We are incredibly lucky to have such amazing and spacious school grounds, which enable us to fully embrace the outdoors within our extensive, broad and balanced curriculum, affording children the opportunity to learn beyond the confines of a classroom and to enjoy and respect our world. Many of our classrooms have direct access to outdoor learning spaces which are fully used to ensure that learning here is active, enjoyable and fun.


Our philosophy of education is simple – we want the very best for every child in our care.  We believe that if learning is presented in an interesting fun way, every learner raises themselves to the challenge. The belief of the teacher in the ability of every child to succeed is essential as it fosters this belief in the child themselves. Also essential is the support and engagement of parents and carers in home learning activities, reading and in the life of the school.


Choosing a school is a huge step – a leap into the unknown in many respects. Here at Trinity we are committed to making this journey with all of our families a positive and successful one. In building strong relationships and in working together, we are confident that we will ensure the very best outcomes for your child.


Please feel free to call the school to arrange a visit (01449 770462). We would love to show you around.

Thank you for considering our school


Linda Curran Spain

Head Teacher